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now. and again, if the americans are going to have any chance, steve stricker has to win the 18th. >> dottie, are they measuring here to see who's away? >> the official did have to come in. both are 164 yards and it was determined that kaymer is away. first to play. the lie in the bunker's fine. >> it's just a wow. that's what this is. >> in this position, you can't help but think about bernhard langer, '91, kiawah, who had that putt at the last with everything on the line. nice. not bad angle. can he produce a good shot? >> contact was good. it's left of the flag stick. >> tell you what, that's pretty much made stricker have to have a birdie. we'll see if kaymer can get it done in two and make it, but that has put huge pressure on stricker. as kaymer is aboard in regulation. >> and you can see how relieved he is to have hit the green. >> only two germans to ever play in the ryder cup. >> he was so nervous he couldn't wipe his nose. >> hook lie. hook wind. 164. >> stricker has to win the hole outright to keep the u.s. hopes alive. starts at the right edge of the green, turning tow
imagine on them right now. and again, if the americans are going to have any chance, steve stricker has to win the 18th. >> dottie, are they measuring here to see who's away? >> the official did have to come in. both are 164 yards and it was determined that kaymer is away. first to play. the lie in the bunker's fine. >> it's just a wow. that's what this is. >> in this position, you can't help but think about bernhard langer, '91, kiawah, who had that putt at the last with everything on the line. nice. not bad angle. can he produce a good shot? >> contact was good. it's left of the flag stick. >> tell you what, that's pretty much made stricker have to have a birdie. we'll see if kaymer can get it done in two and make it, but that has put huge pressure on stricker. as kaymer is aboard in regulation. >> and you can see how relieved he is to have hit the green. >> only two germans to ever play in the ryder cup. >> he was so nervous he couldn't wipe his nose. >> hook lie. hook wind. 164. >> stricker has to win the hole outright to keep the u.s. hopes alive. starts at the right edge of the gr
, steve forbes. his new book is coming out in august and 2012, and it is called "freedom manifesto: why free markets are moral and big government isn't." we are at freedom-fest in las vegas. mr. steve forbes, why is it that free markets are more government enabled. what is an example of that. >> guest: obviously, functions of government have been big government. but the terms of big government not being moral is the opposite of what it does. it ends up creating the environment where we have less ability to get ahead, it creates dependency, it plays crony capitalism, which hurts career entrepreneurship and opportunity. all the government and what it says it does, helps the poor, make sure that markets on the right direction, they actually do the opposite. they are short-term oriented to the next election. they have their own agenda. they don't respond to the marketplace the way a business should. they have their own agenda in terms of those special interest groups and the like. the bigger they get from them were hardly due to the economy and the less chance that they have to improve your
steve, what do you think of this romney tax plan? >> it increases take-home pay, middle class family, $2,000 extra in their take-home pay, and more importantly it reduces the price of doing work, being productive and taking risks. lowering that price, lowering tax rates. that's the way to get the economy going. worked for kennedy, for reagan, worked in the early part of the last decade. it will work again. >> we have to do something. since the recovery began, by the way, june 2009, household incomes are down 5.7%. that's since the recovery. when you're in a recovery, incomes are supposed to go up. >> yeah. what's disstressing and concerning is, at this point i don't know what governor romney has in mind. he's been saying all along he'll reduce taxes and shows up in ohio -- >> reducing tax rates. >> he shows up and says don't expect a huge tax cut, because what he's doing is lowering deductions and exemptions. great. i wonder if somebody will get around to telling me what those deductions and exemptions are that he's going to lower. he's been running for president for seemingly
across the mid- atlantic. >> ok. we have a little consistency there. >> all right. thank you, steve. it could be a huge night. well let's say. are we celebrating? >> not quite yet. hang on. the major league. a lot of this is in our area. a lot of fans are celebrating. the nationals are the champs at clinching the national league. >> and now the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. >> the national last night had a chance to clinch the national league east. can the nationals handle their business? a great opportunity. bases loaded. it is gone -- wait a minute. no. back of the infield, morris gets back. women at. the umpires have gone to the -- wait a minute. the umpires of gone to the instant replay. batck at the plate with no back. have you ever seen that before? >> yes. >> in my backyard as a kid. bottom of the ninth. second of the third. the nationals hold on. let's hope the next number is one they can clinch, tomorrow. the red sox, the final weekend of the regular season. the orioles, watch this. does he have it? yes he did -- yes, he did. he is out up
to >> author steve forbes is trying to send booktv on c-span 2. >> up next -- >> on your screen now is the cover of a new book coming out august 2012, "seven principles of good government: liberty, people and politics." it's written by former new mexico governor, gary johnson. and he is also the libertarian party nominee for president in 2012. governor john said, when and why did you leave the republican party and become a libertarian? >> you know, i've probably been a libertarian my entire life. this is just kind of coming out of the closet. i don't think i am unlike most americans. i think there's a lot more americans in this country that declare themselves libertarians as opposed to voting libertarian. so the picture and trying to make right now is vote libertarian with me this one time. give me a shot at changing things. and if it does somewhere, you can always return to tyranny and i'm going to argue that so so we have right now. >> what are the seven principles of good government you read about? >> one as being reality-based. just find out what his wife, base your decision ina
trail, on your tv screen. what is it really all about? steve pagliuca one of those that runs the firm joins me. >>> just when we need it most. what is it? i'll explain. >>> and, finally, candidate barack obama of brazil? but first here's my take. president obama has sewed up the -- surged in the polls this week, and republicans have been quick to figure out the problem. mitt romney. peggy noonan said his rolling campaign has been a calamity. shouldn't it puz puzzle us that romney's campaign is so incompetent, given his reputation for, well, competence. after all he founded one of the leading firms, turned around the salt lake city olympics and was a very successful governor. how did he get so clumsy so fast? in fact, the problem is not romney. but the new republican party, given the direction it has moved and pressures from the extreme, powerful elements, any nominee would face the same challenge. can you be a serious candidate for the general election while not outraging the republican base? fox news anchor brit hume refused to dwell on romney's economic policies he would put in plac
ceo writing a letter to customers with a simple message, we're sorry. hey, steve, where you going? taking the kids to swim lessons. swim lessons? yeah, it's the safer thing to do. safer thing. come on, let's go. rb water alarm. nice. isn't it? i just have to put it in the pool, and an alarm will tell me if my kids jump in. it's just a backup to the mesh fence i'm installing. yeah, looks great, jim. juns doing the safer thing, steve. it doesn't get safer than tt, jim. [ cell phone rings ] steve? wait tilyou see... you've got to be kidding me. you win. with layers of protection around pools, everyone wins. so you think -- not now, jim. i'm the water watcher. ♪ lori: and the world's biggest company, apple ceo tim cook apologizing for the new act. he is promising to improve the program in the future. adam shapiro is in the newsroom with the very latest. a lot of people were surprised with an actual apology. >> this is a company, apple always prided itself on customer service and always doing what is easiest and simplest for customers. not so much out of line to have the company sai
areas. >> thank you. >> at evening, steve. >> and steve hammock in the chair of constitution project. and you have two ideas in here which i want to talk about because they both appear to me to be unconstitutional. last night the first is that you say we should allow campaign constitutions only from a candidate whose constituents, nobody else. >> i didn't quite say that, but go ahead. >> actually give me a copy of this chat there. and then you say we would be well served by a broad mandate and that for purposes of campaign contributions, the term persons refers only to actual individual living human beings, no corporate money, no union money, no money from political action committees, no money from political parties. political campaigns should be paid for by people and only people. how do you overcome the constitutional infirmities in both of those ideas? >> we do have to say that he's the chairman of the board of the constitution project commission is the president and i'm on the board. but steve, i had an exchange today with trevor potter, former head of the federal election commit
. >> and next, an iowa congressional debate between republican congressman steve keen and democratic challenger christine bell's act. she is the wife of former governor and current agricultural secretary thomas vilsack. this is about one hour. >> this is the iowa fourth district i let debate -- iowa debate. >> good evening. welcome to christ chapel. this is the fourth district congressional debates between republican steve king and a democrat christie vilsack. we are broadcasting this debate to 2/3 of the state of iowa. >> by sir mason city and much of north east i was. we are joined on the panel tonight by the chair of the mass communications department here at northwestern college. >> also, dan greene, a staff writer for the northwest iowa read you. >> those from northwestern college students, our readers and viewers, will help you make an informed choice. >> let's start by meeting the candidates for the fourth district congressional seat. steve king is a third time a congressman. christie is the former first lady of iowa. now the you have had a chance to meet the candidates, it is time to he
to identify with the rover is fundamental to mir's design, as steve explains. he said the whole idea behind mir is that these tools work together. look at the discovery of the silicon, the mobility system in which he means the rover's wheels trench up some soil. we notice with the pen cam wide angle camera. we hit it with the many task to check for iron. it looks interesting and we go over what they got its molecular composition. everything works together. having instruments that work together encourages the teams to work together. this was his vision which he called scientists in geneva if you you've got to sensors and each of them provide complementary bits of knowledge. you're going to use the payload to the fullest advantage if people look at it as being entirely at their disposal. if you are out there and feels, he said, doing geology which of your partner you might be argument about what this rock means or what that rock means, but you not going to be arguing about should we use the raw camera or should we use the compass? we don't have pan cam guys arguing with many task us, but rath
will accept for the national debt. that was pointed out by steve croft and here is what the president had to say. >> i inherited the biggest deficit in our history. over the last four years, the deficit has gone up but 90% is a consequence of two wars that weren't paid for, as consequence of tax cuts that weren't paid for. a prescription drug plan that wasn't paid for and worst economic crisis since the great depression. that accounts for 10% for the increase in the deficit. >> we asked editor james free man to run the numbers. so let's take these one by one. did president obama inherit the biggest deficit in american history? >> it wasn't the biggest and he didn't inherit it. world war ii had bigger deficits. he didn't really inherit it. he helped create it. 2009 was the first year in office and especially something he doesn't seem to want to remember, stimulus $8000 billion. >> paul: as a share of the economy it was 3.2%. it did balloon to 10.1% in 2009. i would give president bush some credit for that because in fact the recession had started. the recession for his first six months of
denton, texas. hands it off. randle, and he won't get there. steve ed mond with the tackle. >> charles: if oklahoma state kicks this and gets the lead, texas has shown their proclivity to not want to kick the field goal. they're not confident in their guy. over the year, they thought they were going to have anthony fera kicking. he's been hurt. nick jordan has struggled, 3 of 7. a two-point lead here could be very big for oklahoma state. >> gus: one of the best kickers in america, quinn sharp. from 24 yards away on the right hash. and it is good. 2:34 to play in the fourth quarter. oklahoma state reclaims the lead, 36-34. >> charles: this is why mike gundy felt better about the kicking situation. this is pregame. texas trying to get it done. that number 28 there is nick jordan. coming into the game, 3 of 7, a long a of 38. his misses, 0 for 3, 40 to 49 yards. one miss between 30 and 39 yards. texas all night long has tried to make it a four-down territory when possible going deep in the territory. now with a two-point lead, mike gundy feels a little bit better about the situation if th
by somebody in authority. steve works for a medical equipment company but on the side you tried to block about nutrition? >> you given vice and what happened? >> was told by the state i should stop giving nutritional advice. john: they even printed with the red lines. this is why because you give the advice and may not without a license. >> wide why have to tell people to be to meats and vegetables and tell all diabetics to reduce carbohydrates? john: so you contacted the institute for justice. paul sherman you are a lawyer? >> we litigate across the country one area is the first amendment. we were excited because this raises the most important and answer questions when happens when they regulate occupation complex with free-speech? john: more and more all the time. >> it would have cost him thousands of dollars and taken years of his life for dietitian license. 50 years ago on a 5% a the license from the government now it is 30% and continues to increase. john: you would have to get 900 hours of apprenticeships get the nutrition board said they would monitor. you stop to. because they could p
this morning but played with steve stricker in afternoon, a loss to sergio garcia the west up 10-6 they need format more points to win. when we comeback checked in on the spartans of san jose state and packed two of action for you cow tries to,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -those other store cards... -...preferred shopper... ...club...things... ...kept sending me coupons for cat food. i'm just not a coupon clipper. i buy what i want to buy. can i get a reward for that? [ frank ] introducing something extra from raley's, bel air, and nob hill. you get something extra rewards... ...for the way i shop... for buying the things i like. instant offers, points balance, right here on my smart phone. [ frank ] join today at raley's dotcom, or at your store. ...it rewards you... for being you. [ frank ] raley's, bel air, and nob hill. for food, for family, and now, something extra -- for you. >>> jeff tedford's on hot seat at the bears continue struggles cal host a as you. a 24 yd td. the game is tied at 7. jump to the fourth quarter cal down 10. he came down with the ball rolled in complete his back foot looks like
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with the president. the fundamental flaw as crypted by steve croft. they say it's not just islam it's the extremist wing of islam and name me another country other than indonesia and turkey where the fundamentalist islam has then nonviolent or promoted women or any other things. the newspapers all missed this because they don't have a religious perspective. >> rick: the assassination of our ambassador and two former seals. where was cri, bumps in the road, where was the criticism in that comment? >> i think the wave in change and in the wave the change there is going to be bumps in in the road. i don't think he meant to suggest and most people did not interpret that the death of four american officials is a bump in the road. but there was so much in that 60 minutes interview, his calling netanyahu insistence on red line noise, there could have been so much followed up and wasn't. i'm really surprised. >> rick: when governor romney delivered his initial response after the attack on consulate in benghazi he was ganged up by the media. they coordinated his comments and after the 60 minutes interview n
. steve centanni is live in washington with more on this. >> reporter: one is bob corker a member of the foreign relations committee saying the benghazi incident is more bizarre every day. he wrote a letter to the director of national intelligence. it says 18 days ago the administration judged it was appropriate for our consulate to be lightly guarded. what has changed in libya such a short time that our f.b.i. agents, most elite personnel cannot safely enter the city? meantime, republicans kept up the drum beat on the administration's response and the president's foreign policy. >> the response was slow. it was confused, it was inconsistent. they first said that it was a youtube video and spontaneous mob. we now know it was a planned terrorist attack. in this was one tragic incident, that would be a tragedy in and of itself but the problem is bigger picture of the fact that the obama foreign policy is unraveling literally before our eyes on our tv screens. >> reporter: he said he would let others decide if the president was involved in a cover-up. meantime, obama advisors respond
. >> all right steve. thank you. tomorrow is a landmark for the city of alexandria. that is when the potomac river generating station will close for good. officials have blamed did as the single largest source of air pollutants and in northern virginia. it was returned to the company. coming up, but a community in southeast washington got an extreme makeover this weekend. y neighbors say the changes will improve safety. plus why this butler is on trial. and in southern california, these drive
squeeze? i'm steve usdin. welcome to "biocentury this week." >>> your trusted source for biotechnology information and analysis. "biocentury this week." >>> science is under stress as fiscal austerity forces governments to make tough decisions. last week we heard from n.i.h. director francis collins who oversees the world's largest medical research budget. > i've been been involved in this enterprise now for 30 years, and the pace of discovery is accelerating at really remarkable pace. it allows us to make things possible that we wouldn't have dreamed up a decade ago. at the same time, neither i nor anybody else who's been aen for a long time in biomedical research can remember a time where the enterprise felt under such stress in terms of whether the resources will be there to allow these discoveries to continue to happen. >> colin said there ant any easy answers. n.i.h. is a critical part of the ecosystem but its work it only be furktly translated into medical progress if other parts are working properly existing more out of expiesing money will require universities and industries to
led up to the death of ambassador chris stevens, two navy seals and a worker. and steve centanni, what's the latest in washington. >> the fbi has yet to enter benghazi because of the dangerous security climate there. senator corker who sits on the foreign relations committee wants to know why, and he fired off a letter to intel chief james clapper, calling the situation bizarre and demanding answers and says in part, 18 days ago, the administration judged it was appropriate for our consulate to be lightly guarded. and what has changed in libya in such a short time. is that even fbi agents and our personnel entered the city. and the u.n. ambassador susan rice who has said a few days after the attack, that it appeared to be a spontaneous uprising and the long video. >> and we have reports now that intelligence people knew within 24 hours that this was a terrorist attack and yet, they sent her out, to say things that were absolutely false and continued to do so. and then, as mccain says the violence in lib rah clicks, with the story and al-qaeda diminished. >> for its part. the administra
for state representative steve farley. >> i just want to emphasize it's fine for corporations to be involved in the process. corporations have the right to present their arguments, but they don't have the right to do it secretly. they don't have the right to lobby people and not register as lobbyists. they don't have the right to take people away on trips, convince them of it, send them back here, and then nobody has seen what's gone on and how that legislator had gotten that idea and where is it coming from. >> farley has introduced a bill to force legislators to disclose their alec ties, just as the law already requires them to do with any lobbyist. >> all i'm asking in the alec accountability act is to make sure that all of those expenses are reported as if they are lobbying expenses and all those gifts that legislators received are reported as if they're receiving gifts from lobbyists. so the public can find out and make up their own minds about who is influencing what. >> steve farley's bill has gone nowhere. alec, on the other hand, is still everywhere. still hiding in plain sight. wat
down here today. i wanted to hear walter isaacson speak upon einstein and said -- steve jobs and also lastly they talked about walter cronkite. any book that inspires anybody is great. sometimes we lose sight of the classics or they're recent classics provide tried to get mine students to read brave new world, mark twain, books that deal with racism that they could identify when they read but what is the message? and o
's extremely difficult if not impossible for anyone to win statewide -- >> guest: steve, i disagree with that analysis. abraham lincoln was a third party in 1860. in 1856, you had the democratic party and the wig -- and abraham lincoln wasn't on the ballot in a number of states, particularly in the south, yet he won the election. he didn't win a majority of the popular vote, he won the majority of the electoral vote and in 1832, i would submit that there were two parties there and it was henry clay and andrew jackson and jackson won the overwhelming popular vote. back in 1824, there was certainly several different parties running and then, of course, john quincy adams won that race and that was -- you had at least three, maybe four, parties then. host: but even -- >> guest guest the electoral votes. host: but even if you take it to more recent campaigns, 1968, the caller referring to george wallace did get 46 electoral votes but didn't get close to winning the presidency, ross perot, '92 and '96, getting nearly 20 percent of the vote in '92 but not one electoral vote. guest: he got
. but then the europeans rally. tiger woods with steve stricker to pull within one. we'll take a look at donald's tee shot. she's 178 yards away and his seven iron is very much the right club. donald and garcia made the birdie and held on to win 1-up. >> and the play single handedly kept the u.s. in it. mcilroy made five straight birdies. europeans had their first lead after polters birdie at 15. they win it 6-1. u.s. needs 14- 1/2 points over all to win, europeans need 14 points to retain the cup. >>> there's been no madness between the sounders and quakes. quakes jump to a 19 minute lead. tied at one at the half. the quakes playing from behind the rest of the way. steven lenhart ties it at two. the quakes then trail 3-2 in stoppage time. then it was again lenhart to get the tieing goal. quakes get one point. they're now two away from clenching the best regular season record in the league. >>> boy here's what's happening here on channel 2 tomorrow. it's the 49ers at the jets from the meadow land. it's fox double header day with the saints and packers the second half of the afternoon. and the raiders will
in the media. if steve cross had a follow-up to that, they never aired it. >> that's right, they never follow up with the president. the fundamental flaw in the media's thinking as exhibited, when the president says well, the organizing principle is islam, mr. president, it's not just islam, it's the extremist wing of islam and name me a country other than indonesia and maybe turkey though we don't know exactly where that's going where this fundamentalist islam has been nonviolent, has promoted equality of women or any other things. this is a fool's errand and the editorials in the newspapers miss this because they don't have a religious perspective. >> judy, the death, the assassination of our ambassador, of two former seals, of the state department employee, bumps in the road. where was the criticism over that comment? >> i think what the president was talking about was the broader context of the wave of change, and that in the wave of change, there are going to be bumps on the road. he -- i do not think that he meant to suggest an and most people did not interpret it to mean the death of f
david axelrod said, we don't need a president who shoots first and aims later. >> steve centanni, strong words on the show this is morning. >> reporter: you bet. >> eric: how will the handling of the attack effect the race for the white house? 43% of likely voters disapprove of the president's handling of the situation so far and 39% approve. will this put new focus on the foreign policy of the administration. >> brad and joe, good to see you here. >> good to be with you, eric. >> eric: brad, how do you think this will play into the campaign? >> i think, eric, it gets stranger and stranger each day. lives are being exposed. coverups are being exposed and frankly, it's clear to me that this didn't fit the political narrative that the white house wanted to have the american people believe. that is that osama bin laden is dead and al qaeda has been destroyed. osama may be dead, errickic, but al qaeda is killing american personnel and destroying american property. there is a heck of a lot of answers that have to be forthcoming, like why hasn't the fbi been able to get in there. how is it tha
're playing at home. they have the crowd going crazy, a huge lead. then today jim furyk disappears, steve stricter disappears late. god knows what he was doing here. this was not good. >> it was fascinating because we were talking about it in the newsroom earlier. people sort of kind of clenched up when they said it's going to come down to tooger, can he do it? that never would have been the case. >> tiger was hitting well today. if it would have come down to tiger, i have a feeling he would have done okay. to be fair, ian poulter played out of his mind birdiesing the last five holes. that set up for the miracle from their standpoint, the choke from our standpoint. >> what we're showing is the winning putt. it started yet. you can see it. the front page of every single paper because they were so excited. he knows it. >> in the old days, the europeans wanted this thing more than we did. now we really, really want it and that's why we really, really choked. >> let's switch gears a little bit and get over the heartbreak and go to a different topic. so baseball great chipper jones retiring af
williams started singing on the tonight show with steve allen in 1954 >> go to better places and sing pop songs. do a different kind of act. a singing act ♪ there's love in the air >> osgood: he showed off his talent when charles comingwood came calling on the cbs broadcast person to person in 1960. ♪ l is for the way you look at me ♪ >> osgood: and starting in 1962,
different subjects ranging from taxes by my friend steve moore of "the wall street journal" to iran by my friend michael ledeen and this one is about gender policies. >> another new book put out by adi, american enterprise institute is "women's figures." >> this book plays to the "playboy" crowd. >> this is in no strata guide to the economic progress of women in america and i want to talk about the broadside and i think some of the ideas are the same in both of these and that is the first paragraph which is compared with men and women in 21st century america live five years longer, base unemployment rate that is significantly lower, are afforded substantially larger share of high school diplomas bas and m.a. an mazen face lower rates of incarceration, algolism and drug abuse. in other words contrary to what feminists, lobbyists would have congress belief girls and women are doing very well. >> exactly, yes. it is very true that women i think earned about 58% of them may send bas, fewer in jail. their earnings when compared to men in the same job are about the same and what we need our eco
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on the tonight show with steve allen in 1954 >> go to better places and sing pop songs. do a different kind of act. a singing act ♪ there's love in the air >> osgood: he showed off his talent when charles comingwood came calling on the cbs broadcast person to person in 1960. ♪ l is for the way you look at me ♪ >> osgood: and starting in 1962, andy williams was singing on his own variety show on nbc. where he had plenty of big-name company along the way. everyone from count bassy to tony bennett. ♪ there is no other life >> reporter: bing crosby and judy garland. ray charles. ♪ tell your mama, going to send you back to arkansas ♪ >> reporter: for a show that had a somewhat stodgy image among the younger generation williams welcomed new acts including the beach boys and even a singer from england >> ladies and gentlemen, elton john ♪ it's a little bit funny >> reporter: speaking of fledgling performers. >> what is your name? sammy reporter: who can forget andy williams introducing the very young osmonds? not that there wasn't sadness along the way. a friend of senator robert ken
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